Ms. Winfred Wambui 

Designation: Lecturer
Contact: 0723082279
School/Institute: Nursing
Department: Medical-Surgical Nursing


Academic Background

PhD NursingUniversity of Free State, South AfricaOngoing
MSc. Nursing (Pediatrics)University of Nairobi2017
BSc. NursingUniversity of Eastern Africa-Baraton2009

Professional Qualifications

BscN (Registered community health nurse) Nursing Council of Kenya2008

Areas of Expertise

  • Pediatric Nursing

Work Experience

  • 2018 – Current: Lecturer – Dedan Kimathi University of Technology
  • 2017 – 2018: Tutorial Fellow – Kenya Methodist University
  • 2011 – 2015: Nursing-Officer Incharge – Pandya Memorial Hospital

Other University and National Responsibilities

Ag.Dean,School of Nursing


  • Simon Nderitu Githui & Winfred Muringi Wambui (2019) Nurse Intern’s Satisfaction with the Clinical Learning Environment: A Cross-sectional Study. Int. J. of Adv. Res. 7 (6): 164-169. Available online at
  • Winfred Muringi Wambui & Simon Nderitu Githui (2019) Work Environment and Job Satisfaction among Nurses in an Urban Maternity Hospital in Kenya. International Journal of Social Science and Technology . 4 (3): 33-44. Available online at
  • Winfred Muringi Wambui, Kevin Ochieng &Lilian Gachoka (2019) Factors associated with diarrhea among infants seeking healthcare services at Homa Bay County Referral Hospital, Kenya : International Journal of Social Science and Technology Vol. 4 No. 2 March 2019- Available online at
  • Winfred Muringi Wambui, Samuel Kimani & Eunice Odhiambo (2018) Determinants of health seeking behavior among caregivers of infants admitted with acute childhood illnesses at KNH: International Journal of Pediatrics(Hindawi) Vol 2018-

Awards, Scholarships  and Recognitions

  • April 2017 – Certificate of Recognition as a Trainer-Emergency Triage and Treatment plus Admission for Sick Child (ETAT+)-MOH, KEMRI & KNH.
  • 2005 – 2006 – Honors Certificate for Academic Achievement, UEA, Baraton

Research Interests

  • Child Health

Affiliation/Membership to Professional Bodies

  • Nursing Coucil of Kenya
  • National Nurses Association of Kenya